Okay, boys and girsl, it's that time of the year again! Let's see what you all have and whether your deadbeat parents gave you any help with your costumes. Please to come one by one, no pushing, no talking, to look straight in Aunt Tamara eyes or to be punished severely. And remember the rules: 1) The team receives the minimum of 1 and the maximum of 10 points for the overall look of the uniform. 2) A maximum of 3 points can be taken off if the team's uniform is straying away from traditional colours or desings. A maximum of 3 points can be added on if the team is straying away from a bad trend of the past years. 3) Max. of 3 points will be added if this year's kit is an improvement. Max. of 3 points will be subtracted if it's worse than last year's. 4) At least 1 point will be taken off for each sponsor logo on the kit (2 or 3 if they are especially ugly). 5) Other points may be added or subtracted based on miscellaneous accounts, maximum of 1 per. Who will win the coveted Best-Dressed Award? (A lovely leopard-skin carry-all, to go with your latest Moscow fashion craze: man-pumps!) I can tell you right now that last year's Champion, Torpedo Moscow, will do well not to get relegated this time. You have to see to believe what they've done to their kit. Will the Cultural Beacons show us the true sense of good taste? Will Amkar Perm unveil the new football lapti and onuchi? Will Spartak's message of the superiority of Lukoil gasoline reach the masses from underneath the horizontal chest stripe? Find out this and much more in the newest edition of the Kit Review!